The Missouri Tigers flirted with major changes to their organization this year, fielding both teases and speculations from the Big 10 Conference.
But after the dust cleared, Mizzou settled for a "same stuff, different day" situation as returning members to the Big 12.
Now, the Tigers have a chance to prove themselves as the major threat they were in 2007, when they went 12-2, losing only to the Sam Bradford-led Oklahoma Sooners.
The Tigers have a few advantages in 2010 that they didn't have last year—namely, an experienced starting quarterback, and a more reasonable schedule, one that doesn't include Texas or Oklahoma State.
Whether or not the Tigers will win the Big 12 North again is up to the college football gods, but Mizzou could feasibly win at least 10 games.
The following is a speculative look at each game the Missouri Tigers will play this year.